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Ji Yun-Fei’s Last Days of Village Wen 

When: Fri., Feb. 12 2016
Today, Ji Yun-Fei: Last Days of Village Wen, the Cleveland Museum of Art’s latest temporary exhibition, opens to the public in the Chinese Painting Gallery. The exhibition takes its title and inspiration from the museum’s recent acquisition of Ji Yun-Fei’s Last Days of Village Wen. The painting depicts a fiction story with themes of environmental issues and mass human migration in contemporary China. The exhibition is augmented by works from the CMA’s permanent collection that address two common themes in Chinese art history: the relationships between man and nature and past and present. Ji Yun-Fei: Last Days of Village Wen remains on view in the Chinese Painting Gallery through July. Free. (Usmani)

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